canadian income tax

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The province’s top earners face a tax rate of 53.5 per cent on any additional earnings.


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Since 1961, the average Canadian family has seen their taxes increase 157.6 per cent.


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Canada’s income tax began during the First World War.


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The notion that there’s a large number of well-off Canadians not paying income tax simply doesn’t fit the facts.


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As the tax deadline looms, here’s a brief history of Canada’s federal income tax, which has changed dramatically over the years.

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In 1938, only 2.3 per cent of the population filed personal income taxes.

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Capital gains taxes are on the rise in Canada because various provinces, and the federal government, have increased their personal income tax rates.